Reservation Number: (800) 648-1170
Rooms: 147 Price Range: $40-$139
Suites: 4 Price Range: $86-$175
Restaurants: 3 (1 open 24 hours)
Casino Size: 26,452 Square Feet
Games Offered: Slots, Video Poker, Blackjack, Craps, Roulette, Sports Book
Overnight RV Parking: No/RV Dump: No
Senior Discount: Food discount in Bellini Cafe if 55 or older.
Western Village Inn & CasinoHot
Reservation Number: (800) 648-1170
Changed to my regret
I have always loved this casino. It was pretty, clean, good playing and wonderful food. Well, as of now "3 out of 4 ain't bad". The Mexican restaurant is still one of the best I have ever dined at. The place is still clean and pretty. But, the slots are so tight it is ridiculous. I played a variety and won nothing, not even one bonus. I saw people getting bonuses but won nothing to speak of on them. Too bad, this was in my top 3 but has definitely fallen out.
Great find for the low roller
From the folks who brought you the Peppermill Hotel in Reno and the various Peppermill restaurants in Las Vegas and elsewhere, the Western Village is the ultimate low rollers' casino. You can just about always find a $2 blackjack table that pays 3:2 on naturals. Also: $1 (double odds) 24x7. If you don't like the Peppermill, you won't like this place, as it has a similar level of sensory overload: neon interspersed with HD televisions showing tourist scenes from around the world against a solid black and dark background.
The steak house is really nice, an upscale version of the peppermill coffee shop, with very good steaks and very good prices, about $25 including. It wasn't USDA prime last time I was there, but was almost as good.
Other restaurants are also good, although sadly they have rebranded the coffee shop, which used to look just like the Peppermill restaurants (although the y still seem to have very large portions and very reasonable prices).
If you don't mind eating right in the casino, the NY style deli has a perfectly edible pastrami sandwich for $5.95, probably the lowest price anywhere on earth for a similar sandwich.
Western Village Inn & Casino
The Western Village Inn & Casino in Sparks, Nevada is part of the Peppermill chain. We dropped in earlier this year after not having visited in over 20 years. Although we have a Peppermill player's card, we still had to get a Western Village player's card. The casino seemed smaller than we remembered. There is still a motel next door.
Western Village Casino
The ambiance of the area has improved dramatically with the advent of the marina nearby. The video poker machines have reasonable paybacks with many full pay and a couple progressives that can get better than that. There's some 8 or 10 blackjack table that are rarely all open with a $5 minimum and 3/2 payoff. With a reasonable amount of play on the machines or at the tables, comps are fairly easy to come by - JUST ASK!!
Best Low Roller Casino in Reno
Locals casino with Low Limit Single Deck BJ. BJ minimum about $3 and Craps $1.
Hotel rooms sort of like Motel 6- but usually real cheap. Big Bang for the Buck. Steak House Excellent!
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